Mweelrea, Co. Mayo. From the Irish, Cnoc Maol Réidh meaning “smooth bald hill”, the darkening, scooped out slope facing my journey south belied its name. Bog cotton was once used for making candle wicks and also for stuffing pillows. It was even used in wound dressings during the First World War.
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Bog Cotton

Mweelrea, Co. Mayo. From the Irish, Cnoc Maol Réidh meaning “smooth bald hill”, the darkening, scooped out slope facing my journey south belied its name. Bog cotton was once used for making candle wicks and also for stuffing pillows. It was even used in wound dressings during the First World War.

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Lokofoto Giclee Print 12" x 8.5"
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